The Rebel

  • 1962
  • TV Show
  • None

Ex-Confederate soldier Johnny Yuma was the rebel who, following the Civil War, wandered from town to town and, of course, helped numerous folks who crossed his path. Johnny Cash sang the theme song.

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Conceal and Carry Season 1, Episode 5 Paid

In the aftermath of being roofied, Rebel undergoes tests to determine if she was sexually assaulted.....

Black Not Blue Season 1, Episode 4 $2.99

Mack enlists Rebel to investigate a worker at his mother's assisted living facility.....

Chasing Ghost Season 1, Episode 3 $1.99

Rebel and TJ team up to help a female Army vet from Iraq who is homeless and on the run for her life. After finding her, they uncover a scheme that led to the death of two other women and their friend fears she's next.

Brother's Keeper Season 1, Episode 2 $2.99

Rebel sets out to disprove the police department's claim about Malik and discovers something she never knew about her brother, as well as about one of the cops involved in his death.

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Rebel Season 1
After getting kicked off the Oakland P.D. for shooting her partner in the hopes of stopping him from gunning down her little brother, Rebel Cole conti (more…)
The Rebel Trailer
01:26 — The Rebel follows the exploits of former Confederate soldier Johnny Yuma. Haunted by his experiences in the Civil War, and obsessed with chronicling h (more…)
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02:03 — Trailer for The Rebel. In 1920 s Vietnam, the long-standing French occupation of the occupation of the country has inflamed anti-French sentiments, t (more…)

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  • Premise: Ex-Confederate soldier Johnny Yuma was the rebel who, following the Civil War, wandered from town to town and, of course, helped numerous folks who crossed his path. Johnny Cash sang the theme song. (more)

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